sexta-feira, 18 de maio de 2012 11:28
We have a project with 550 tasks. We are using EVM. Everything works fine when we use Baseline”0” for Earned Value Calculation.
We notice when we change the EVM calculation for Baseline1, when we open the tables that have EVM fields (Earned Value Cost Indicators, Earned Value Schedule Indicators and custom tables that have EVM fields) project start to work very slow. It looks like project enter in a loop and are always calculating the fields.
With Baseline0 (with the same values of Baseline1) we do not have this problem.
We notice too that if we disable Project Summary Task, MS Project runs faster. Something if we disable Summary tasks.
The automatic or manual calculation option does not have any effect in this.
This only happens when EVM fields are on the table.
We open other files and the same issue appears, so the problem is not in the current project.
We are running Project Professional 2010 SP1, Windows Pro 7 in I5 intel core PC with more than 4GB.
Is this a bug?
Anyone had this problem before?
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sexta-feira, 18 de maio de 2012 15:47Moderador
I am not familiar with that issue, but one potential recommendation is to always keep your current baseline in Baseline0. Then, copy the Baseline0 data to Baseline 1-9 for historical records using the Set Baseline > Interim Plan option. This makes reporting easier as it's all typically driven by Baseline0.
That might resolve the issue you're seeing.
Andrew Lavinsky [MVP] Blog: http://azlav.umtblog.com Twitter: @alavinsky
sábado, 19 de maio de 2012 02:28ModeradorAlso make sure you have the latest Service Pack and even Cumulative update installed.
Rod Gill Project Management
segunda-feira, 21 de maio de 2012 10:06
Thank you for answer Andrew,
We are doing what you suggest but we want to know if there is a problem with MS Project or the problem is with us!!! :)
segunda-feira, 21 de maio de 2012 10:09ModeradorNo such problem has been reported for Baseline 1, but just to make the calculation simple and seamless standard practice suggest to use Baseline 0 for all current calculations.
- Marcado como Resposta Mike GlenModerator sábado, 30 de junho de 2012 21:43